The Golf Academy of America Phoenix has joined the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA).
The National Collegiate Club Golf Association is a place for those who don’t or didn’t play varsity golf in college but desire to continue competing.
The NCCGA program is run by NextGenGolf. More than 300 teams can be found at colleges and universities nationwide, with 1,500 club players active in the program in 27 different regions.
The Golf Academy of America Phoenix will be competing March 28-29th at Oakcreek Country Club in Sedona. The format is 18 holes/day of stroke play with the best five scores from each eight-player team counting towards the team’s overall score.
- Must be able to walk 18 holes and carry own golf bag or pull a cart
- Handicap Index must be 8.0 or below
- Top 8 finishers in the Golf Academy Stroke Play Championship, March 2nd and 9th
- Golf Academy students who qualify must have an attendance record of 90% and a GPA of 3.0
Players are responsible for their own transportation to the event, but the school will pay for lodging on the night of the 28th, meals, and all related tournament fees.